The Arts Building is the oldest building on the McGill campus, and it is the most recognizable. It definitely looks beautiful in these pictures:
The Arts Building is full of classrooms, where students learn about English & French literature, art history, communications and more! It sure sounds like students at McGill love to read. Imagine getting to study the characters of your favourite books, to learn a new language, and to appreciate paintings, sculptures,theatre, television, and movies.
Outside of the Arts Building is something rather peculiar: the burial place (the grave) of James McGill. James McGill is the founder of McGill University, which is about 200 years old! He was born in Scotland, which is on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean. He built McGill University so that lots of people could come together to learn and share ideas without arguing.